Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa lobbied for transportation funds on Capitol Hill Thursday.
The cost of raising a child continues to climb and parents starting a family this year should be prepared to shell out hundreds of thousands of dollars before their kid even turns 18.
The city Department of Transportation has a special “gold card desk” for the mayor and City Council members to call about reviewing parking tickets on behalf of constituents, according to an audit released Thursday by City Controller Wendy Greuel.
The mayor makes his sixth stop since September on Capitol Hill in order to secure funding for a planned high-speed rail system.
Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa will be in the nation’s capitol Thursday to meet with lawmakers about his national jobs and transportation plan, America Fast Forward.
Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa wants members of Congress to know that despite the sour economy, he’s bullish on the future of L.A. transportation.
A portion of forest road damaged from storms that hit Southern California will reopen after a year of repairs.
The so-called “subway to the sea” will now extend as far as Westwood, but is not expected to be finished until 2036.
Flush with over half a billion dollars in federal cash, city transportation officials say preliminary engineering for the light rail project is underway and should help cut the local jobless rate.
Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa is among several officials to meet with President Barack Obama Monday at the White House.
For the second time in as many weeks, Los Angeles Mayor Villaraigosa is on Capitol Hill in a push to get more federal help for funding the nation’s transportation plans.
Business leaders from around the Southland are vying for the planned trans-Los Angeles subway to stop in their neighborhoods, but voters may have the final say.